The Counseling Center is the first stop people make to gather information about enrollment, take the COMPASS skills assessment, learn how to plan a schedule or register for classes.
Counselors are available to help you make sound educational and vocational decisions.
- From your first semester to your last, counselors will help you make course choices that meet your goals.
- Counselors can show you how the courses you have taken can be used to meet various degree or program requirements.
Counselors can assist with your choice of courses to ensure a smooth and easy transfer to a four-year college or university.
Career Program Assistance
Counselors will help you choose the appropriate courses for your particular career program to earn an associate in applied science degree or certificate.
Need ideas and strategies to sharpen your study skills? Counselors can show you many techniques and help you determine what will work best to meet your educational goals. Individual counseling sessions, as well as group workshops are available.
Counselors are your source for referral to other SWIC student support services.
Free tutoring is offered by students and adjunct faculty for most SWIC courses. For details, contact the Success Center.
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